Infographic: A Complete History of No-Hitters

This baseball season has been marked by frequent no-hitters. In lieu of writing a 2000-word post on no-hitters, I’ve decided to take a more graphical approach, so here’s a timeline of all the no-hitters in pro baseball history with some stats and interesting facts.

The Sports Geeks Podcast – Episode 4

Alex and Pat discuss Favre’s miracle pass, the Lions’ first win, go through this week’s matchups, make their picks, and talk fantasy football. Be sure to send us your predictions for this week’s top fantasy performers (QB, RB, WR, TE): and […]

Cal Ripken Jr. and 4 Other Hall Of Famers Who May Have Done Steroids

DISCLAIMER: Most of this post is predicated on the idea that Jose Canseco is telling the truth, which is a pretty dicey assumption. I would like to mention that I am not attempting to cast suspicion upon anyone I am […]

Were Records Meant to Be Broken? A Look at Baseball’s Big Numbers

Baseball players, more so than other athletes, are defined by the statistics they accumulate over the course of their careers. Recently, much has been made of impact that the steroid era has had on baseball’s record books. Cheating was involved, […]

Citizens Bank Park

I got to visit the Phillies this past Wednesday for their amazing comeback victory against the Reds. How did the night measure up? +405 ft Home Run It’s not a complete visit to Citizens Bank Park without watching a Phillie smash […]

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